Queer ASL Locations & Access Info

Below you will find information about where our Queer ASL classes are often held at. Please check which location your class is at and then look below for information on your location.

At all of our locations, we make every effort to ensure that our space is scent-reduced by providing information to our students about how to come to class scent free and we provide scent-free soap. In our classrooms, we either use a chalkboard or a white board (if white board, we use scent-free markers). If you have any questions about access that is not answered below, please email us at queerasl@gmail.com and we will get back to you asap.

ArtStarts in Schools – 808 Richards St 

This space is fully wheelchair accessible. The bathroom is gender neutral and wheelchair accessible. Our chairs are standard non-padded chairs with no arm-rests; please let us know if you request a chair with cushions or armrests and we will do our best to set this up for you in advance.

ArtStarts – upper level classroom

Broadway Youth Resource Centre – 2455 Fraser Street

This space is wheelchair accessible. Our class has plastic chairs with armrests that are not folding chairs. If you need a chair without armrests, please let us know and we will do everything we can to set this up before your first class. There is one bathroom that is wheelchair accessible and open to all genders, along with two gendered stalled bathrooms.

Broadway Youth Resource Centre

Gallery Gachet – 9 West Hastings Street

This space is fully wheelchair accessible. There is a removable ramp for the front door entrance. If you inform us that you want this, we will have it before every class. Our chairs are folding chairs without cushions. We have standard padded computer chairs (with armrests) available upon request. The bathroom is wheelchair accessible and open to all genders. The space is an art gallery so at times, there may be unavoidable scents lingering around the space. This wouldn’t be the ideal space for people with strong scent sensitivities.

SFU Harbour Centre – 515 West Hastings Street

This space is fully wheelchair accessible – our class is on the second floor and an elevator can be accessed to transport up to second floor. There is a wheelchair accessible & gender neutral bathroom on first floor. Our seatings all have cushions, some with arm rests and some without. We use a black chalkboard, but a whiteboard can be made available upon request. We have the ability to dim lights in our classroom.

room 2245 at SFU Harbour Centre

EverGreen Cultural Centre – 1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam

The space is wheelchair accessible. They have folding chairs without armrests or cushions; please feel free to bring a pillow with you and/or make a specific chair request while registering and we will do our best to make this happen. The lights are overhead florescent lights. The nearest bathroom to the classroom is a single user room open to all genders. However, it is not wheelchair accessible. There are accessible washrooms (gendered) in the main Theatre Lobby.

Evergreen Cultural Centre